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Money and cigarettes – wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Money and Cigarettes Studio album by Eric Clapton Released Feb. 1983 Recorded Late 1982 Genre Blues rock Length 37.08 Label Duck / Warner Bros. Producer Tom Dowd & Eric Clapton Eric Clapton chronology Time Pieces Live in the Seventies
(1983) Money and Cigarettes
(1984) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic 1 Rolling Stone 2 Robert Christgau B 3
Money and Cigarettes is an the eighth studio album by Eric Clapton, released in 1983. The cover depicts Clapton, cigarette in hand, standing next to a melting Fender Stratocaster guitar. Clapton chose the name of the album “because, that’s all I saw myself having left,” after his (first) rehabilitation from alcoholism. 4 The single “I’ve Got a Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart” became a hit in the US, peaking at No. 18, but was relatively unsuccessful in the UK, where it did not reach the Top 50.